Summary: For all Zuma is a repetitive and often frustrating experience; it can be fun and is also strangely addictive. I usually don’t enjoy puzzle or casual games of this nature, simply because they normally look awful and are typically very boring… This game however looks good, it’s challenging and provides entertainment in small doses. However, I’ve never understood why so many games involve matching up 3 blocks of the same colour (this is the same thing in principal).
Summary: Zuma's Revenge is the same package as its predecessor, and that's not so bad. The game contains many stages, but what is most jarring is the art style. It's completely bland and it left me in a worse mood. The same gameplay is carried over, but later stages can be frustrating rather than challenging. This is its biggest problem. It lacks consistency and the game suffers because of it. But if you want more Zuma, there are other titles in the franchise that did it better.